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Andris Nelsons is the esteemed music director and conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He joins us talk about the return of live music at Symphony Hall, the enormous impact music has on our lives, and his life path that has led him to conduct music across the world. On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Liz Hauck is the author of the highly acclaimed new book,  “Home Made: A Story of Grief, Groceries, Showing up — and What We Make When We Make Dinner.”
This young teacher tells the story of her living out a dream of her late father to begin a cooking program that would instill hope, dignity and a sense of community in the lives of troubled teenager.  Rich in character and dialogue, it’s a relatable tale that will touch your heart. On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Meet Martin Dugard, co-author of the mega-hit series of “Killing” history book thrillers with Bill O’Reilly.  Today Martin joins us to talk about a solo project entitled, “Taking Paris: The Epic Battle for the City of Lights.” It’s a fascinating inside look at the Nazi capture of Paris and the efforts of Charles De Gaulle, FDR, Churchill, General Patton and Eisenhower to recapture it from Rommel and Hitler. And shift momentum in Europe during WWII. On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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T.F. Murphy is a Chicago-based writer who focuses on stories that probe the depths of human experience. He is educated in both philosophy and literature, as well as having a love of film, all of which influence his work. He’s an avid reader of classic literature, loves spending time in the great outdoors, and hopes to inspire others to think outside their comfort zone.   His opus of a debut sci-fi novel is entitled, “The Ways of God to Men, Vol 1”. On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Today’s guest is definitely the bearer of  good news.  More specifically,  The Power of Good News, which just happens to be the title of his latest book.   Meet Hal Urban, writer and internationally renowned speaker who relays the research that shedding light on the positive is indeed much healthier for our brains, our hearts, our society.   It’s time to end bad news overload.  Hal is just the guy who can help!

On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Today a chat with actor/musician Ted Neeley, most famous for his star turn as Jesus in the legendary Andrew Lloyd Weber musical “Jesus Christ Superstar.”   Ted has played the role  on stage over a thousand times and appeared in the title role  in the iconic film version directed by Norman Jewison. We hear Ted’s thoughts on playing the Son of God,  and of course his other pursuits in acting and music.   We also promote his upcoming  appearance with longtime friend and co-star Yvonne Elliman at the Regent Theatre in Arlington.

On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Darrell Byers is CEO of a pioneering nonprofit called Interise, utilizing a wide net of mentors, many of whom are alumni, in countless communities throughout America.  Interise  helps small businesses succeed in countless ways.  Many of these business are minority owned.  Darrell leads an energetic team dedicated to giving small businesses what they need to flourish.  Their track record is impressive.  Join us and listen to the plans Interise.org has to do even more! On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Bonnie Hagemann is the co-author of a new book called “The Courage to Advance: Real Life Resilience from the World’s Most Successful Women in Business.”
She interviewed dozens of women from around the world who have overcome challenges to reach the top of their professions.  One of the subjects in the book joins the discussion.  Roberta Sydney is a nationally recognized leader in board service and happens to be married to Jordan.  Women take the lead in today’s episode with inspiring stories for women and men alike!

On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Rick Wills is one of Rock N Roll’s greatest bass guitarists.  This legendary artist got his start in Cambridge, England in the 1960’s and ultimately played with David Gilmour, Peter Frampton and of course the multi-platinum group Foreigner.   Rick is back on the road this summer with Foreigner and reflects on  the music business and how much fun he’s having today.

On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.


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Bob DiCicco is a strong advocate of the Great American Songbook, and as a fine singer and cabaret artist he has entertained thousands with his beautiful voice abilities as a storyteller.  But along with our  conversation today about music and art, Bob shares a personal tale of nearly losing his fight against Covid 19,  how he valiantly clawed his way back to health, and how appreciative he is of the fans and friends who were pulling for him.  It’s a story of rebirth and recovery that will stay with you.

On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.